Boston Taxicab Accident Lawyer
Boston Taxi Facts
There are 5,500 cab drivers in Boston, each of whom drives approximately 100,000 miles per year.
Boston taxicab accidents can seriously injure or kill passengers or other motorists.
Boston taxicab drivers who ignore the cellphone ban, drive in an aggressive or reckless manner, disobey traffic signals or otherwise endanger passengers or the motoring public can be held responsible for injuries caused by their negligence.
A Boston taxicab accident attorney can fight for your rights and get you the compensation you deserve. Boston injury attorney Jeffrey R. Chapdelaine will meet with you to discuss your rights and fight for the compensation you deserve.
Boston taxis are regulated by the Boston Police Department’s Hackney Carriage Unit, which was founded in 1854, the same year as the department, to regulate what were then called Hackney Carriages.
In today’s world, the average Boston cab driver logs more than 100,000 miles a year. Drivers who operate with negligent disregard for public safety and companies that operate unsafe vehicles pose a danger to everyone.
If you have been injured in a Boston taxicab accident, call Boston personal injury lawyer Jeffrey R. Chapdelaine at 617-404-1410 for a free appointment to discuss your rights.